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Who's taking foodservice to the next level?

This year’s class of Change Makers is moving beyond brick and mortar to bring their operations into the future.

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School district to prepare free holiday meal for students

Students will enjoy dishes such as roasted sweet potatoes, ham, applesauce and green beans free of charge.

The Tiger Nutrition Training Table offers lean protein and whole-grain meals to help student-athletes perform better.

The university is planning to add two more ordering kiosks next semester.

One restaurant has already raised more than $1,000 to pay off students’ balances.

The foodservice provider for T-Mobile Stadium in Seattle aims to bring “some in-season flavor to the offseason.”

AdventHealth Hendersonville has thrown away lettuce that may have been linked to the latest E. coli outbreak and is closely monitoring future romaine shipments.

Uniontown Area School District is using local ingredients in its new omelet bar and in game day meals.

Schools where 60% or more of students receive free or reduced-priced lunch would be required to serve breakfast in the classroom.

The on-campus farm is providing the university with greens such as kale, cilantro, basil and lettuce.

New options at Barrington High School this year include a salad bar, stir-fry station, deli bar, grab-and-go sandwiches and more.

A series of four bills aimed at eliminating lunch shaming have been approved by the New Jersey Assembly Education Committee.

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